Accounting

The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business brings Cornell's accounting faculty together into an area that boasts excellent research, strong teaching, and deep engagement with our profession's practitioners and policymakers. Our faculty conduct cutting-edge research on financial markets and managerial reporting, and Cornell is known as one of the premier locations for applying psychological theory and experimental methods to accounting issues.

Award-winning teachers and textbook authors teach the full span of accounting topics at the undergraduate and graduate levels, including our brand-new Master of Accounting program (launching fall 2017). Accounting students and faculty alike combine academic rigor with hands-on experience through connections to fund managers (and the Johnson School's Parker Center for Investment Research), the Financial Accounting Standards Board, the Big 4 accounting firms, and expertise in many industries, including financial services, technology, and hospitality.